Please follow the steps below to add your google analytics tracking snippet or google tag manager snippet to your website.


For sites with a one global analytics/google tag manager snippet:


1. Log in to your instance.



2. From your instance's dashboard, head to "Sites & Departments" in the left sidebar.



3. You will come to a page listing your site and some options below your site name. 

Click on the gear icon next to your site's name. (circled in green below)



4. Select the "HTML Overrides" tab under "Edit Website". When you are on the correct tab, it will be highlighted green, as shown below.



5. Scroll the page until you see the "Bottom Scripts" section. Make sure it is the BOTTOM SCRIPTS section, as your analytics/google tag manager snippets will need to be the last on the page to ensure everything is as accurate as possible and there are no issues.  (circled in green below)



6. Copy your google analytics/google tag manager snippet and then paste it into the black box next to "Bottom Scripts". 


Google Analytics will look like this (please note that your snippet can be slightly different than what appears here.)


Google Tag Manager will look like this (please note that your snippet can be slightly different than what appears here.)



7. Before you save, triple check that you have pasted your snippet next to "Bottom Scripts", then scroll to the very bottom of the page and click on the green "Save" button to save your work. You have now successfully installed your google analytics/google tag manager snippet and are done!





For sites with multiple analytics/google tag manager snippets:


The process for adding multiple analytics/google tag manager snippets is almost the same as above. However, there are some slight differences as to where you will add these snippets in.


1. Log in to your instance.



2. From your instance's dashboard, head to "Themes & Layouts" in the left sidebar.



3. ! IMPORTANT ! PLEASE NOTE: You will want to be EXTREMELY careful when editing the Outer/Inner layouts as ANY CHANGES you make to this section cannot be undone by Campus Suite. If you accidentally delete/clone over your layout, you WILL have to start over.


You will come to a page listing all of your site's themes and some options below each theme's name. 

Click on the "Outer Layouts" link next to your Theme's name corresponding to the site you are adding your analytics/google tag manager snippet to. (circled in green below)



4. You will come to a page listing all outer layouts for that theme. If you have multiple outer layouts, select the one that is currently in use. You can determine which one is in use by looking at the star next to the corresponding outer layout. If it is in use, the star will be highlighted green. If it is not in use, it will be blank and outlined in black. 

Click the pencil "Edit" icon next to the star of the correct, in-use layout. (circled in green below)



5. From here, you should automatically be in the settings for this outer layout. If for some reason it loads the outer layout instead, click on "Settings" in the left sidebar



6. Scroll the page until you see the "Bottom Scripts" section. Make sure it is the BOTTOM SCRIPTS section, as your analytics/google tag manager snippets will need to be the last on the page to ensure everything is as accurate as possible and there are no issues.  (circled in green below)



6. Copy your google analytics/google tag manager snippet and then paste it into the black box next to "Bottom Scripts". 


Google Analytics will look like this (please note that your snippet can be slightly different than what appears here.)


Google Tag Manager will look like this (please note that your snippet can be slightly different than what appears here.)



7. Before you save, triple check that you have pasted your snippet next to "Bottom Scripts", then click on the "Save" button in the left sidebar to save your work. You have now successfully installed your google analytics/google tag manager snippet for this theme.



8. Repeat Steps 1-7 for each theme's outer layout in Step 3 with the correct corresponding snippet for that theme. You have now successfully installed all google analytics/google tag manager snippet for your website and are done!